Configure a Dial-Up Remote Access Server

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

You can use a server running Routing and Remote Access to provide dial-up access to your corporate intranet. If you want the remote access server to support multiple, dial-up networking TCP/IP-based connections, complete the following steps:

  • Configure the connection to the intranet.

  • Configure the connection to the dial-up networking clients.

  • Configure the dial-in ports.

  • Configure the remote access server.

  • Configure multicast support.

  • Configure network policies.

The following illustration shows the elements of a server running Routing and Remote Access that provides dial-up access to a corporate intranet.

Remote access server provides access to intranet

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